Indian government goes soft on Bhopal crimes - Indians protest reduced charges for Union Carbide CEO

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"alliance de 180 entreprises multinationales destinée à soutenir leur engagement contre l'épidémie du SIDA"

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11 July 2002

Carbide Victims Oppose Move

Author: Basharat Peer, Rediff India

Bhopal Gas Victims Oppose Move to Let Off Anderson

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10 July 2002

Indian government goes soft on Bhopal crimes - Indians protest reduced charges for Union Carbide CEO

Author: Greenpeace

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8 July 2002

Bhopal Survivors Stage Protest Over Lessened Accusation - India Seeks to Reduce Charge Facing Ex-Union Carbide Boss

Author: Rama Lakshmi, Washington Post

The [Indian] government has asked the Bhopal District Court to reduce the charges against Anderson from culpable homicide to negligence.

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